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About this Financial Industry Focused Group

Our IDC Financial Insights community has been created to enable you to engage with our financial industry analysts, share your knowledge and best practices, and connect with your colleagues.

To participate in our community, join and create a profile so you can:

  • Participate in the financial discussions in our Blogs or Forums
  • Learn about and share best practices, tips, tricks and tools related to business/technology alignment
  • Network with your colleagues within your industry
  • Provide feedback to IDC's industry analysts and your peers

We welcome your participation!

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One of my key takeaways from the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) Conference 2018 that I recently attended in Liverpool, UK, on 15-16 May, where 1100 treasurers and lots of commercial banks and vendors packed the ACC venue, was the re-emergence of virtual bank accounts as a hot topic.

The Blockchain for Treasurers session at the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) Conference 2018 that I recently attended in Liverpool, UK, explored the potential opportunities the technology might offer. But some in the packed room wanted a more basic explanation of what it is and how it might usefully be applied.

For those who believed journey towards digital transformation (DX) in banking to be really long and a multiyear effort with specific goals and objectives around markets and customers, revenue, and profit growth, which makes it further complicated – I have witnessed a Technology Revolution that can reduce your digital journey from years to months, which not only share the same abbreviation, that is, IDC, but also has the similar characteristic of being a complete solution for DX!!!

My key takeaways from the Sibos 2017 closing panel of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Swift CEO Gottfried Leibrandt and the "Coolest thing at Sibos 2017".

Attended Sibos 2017? Here the first blog of my busy and sometimes painful Sibos experience in Toronto 2017. Trying to capture the essence of dozens of meetings with our clients

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